Scientist supports Marine Corps mountain communications training
Scientist supports Marine Corps mountain communications training
Dr. Dan Breton is working to provide extended radio communications with the Marines through manipulation of frequencies to suit the environment. In the photo, a Marine makes radio contact with base camp, while participating in the Mountain Warfare Training Center’s Mountain Communications course. The course’s Mountain Mobility portion consists of navigating nearly nine miles over the Sierra Nevada Mountain, while maintaining communications with the base camp along the way. Breton is a researcher with the U.S. Army Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory.
Waves
Waves
The research pier at Duck has been part of monitoring coastal storms and near-shore processes since 1977, providing for a continuous 40-year record of data for scientists worldwide.
ERDC-CRREL moves garage, sets up monitoring in Greenland
ERDC-CRREL moves garage, sets up monitoring in Greenland
A D7E bulldozer pulls the roughly 200,000-pound Summit Mobile Garage facility a quarter mile to its new long-term location, a compacted snow foundation that has been wired to monitor heat loss and building settlement. Polar Researcher Jason Weale, U.S. Army ERDC’s Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory, provided assistance to the National Science Foundation on this effort.
Engineer Center labs work together on project
Engineer Center labs work together on project
HANOVER, N.H. (Sept. 20, 2017) -- Dr. Don Cropek, Advanced Low Logistics H20 project lead from the Construction Engineering Research Laboratory in Champaign, Illinois, and Dr. Jonathon Brame, ALL-H2O Task 6 lead from the Environmental Laboratory, examine results with Dr. Emily Asenath-Smith, with the Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory in Hanover, New Hampshire. The team conducted a week-long series of experiments and project planning hosted at the Hanover installation. The ALL-H2O project is focused on delivering water sustainment technologies that will enable maximal water reuse, harvesting, and monitoring in a practical and efficient manner at U.S. Army contingency bases. All three labs represented are part of the U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center, headquartered in Vicksburg, Mississippi.
Cold Regions Laboratory hosts technical meeting
Cold Regions Laboratory hosts technical meeting
Attendees of the recent technical working group meeting hosted by the U.S. Army Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory, Hanover, New Hampshire.

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